Egypt press review Sep.3: Egypt’s debut participation in G-20 welcomed as “political, economical” achievement
Egyptian newspapers

Youm7:

 

* Brotherhood in Alexandria accuse Ezzat of stealing their money.

 

* 100K “fake” financial disclosures by state employees.

 

* First Egyptian participation in G-20

 

* School year to start on time despite books’ printing crisis.

 

* Gov’t says no increase in prices of trains tickets

 

* Infant formula stock enough for 5 months: official pharmaceutical body

 

 

 

 

Al-Ahram:

 

* Egyptian-Indian summit to boost bilateral cooperation

 

* Sisi discusses with his Indian counterpart common issues and counter-terrorism efforts

 

* Demonstrations broke out in Brazil as supporters of ex-leader Dilma Rousseff protest her ouster.

 

* Subsidized infant formula to be sold electronically to public.

 

 

 

Akhbar el-Youm:

 

* Death toll of Egyptian pilgrims rises to 8: Health Min.

 

* Libyan Army detains 10 Egyptian workers from Upper Egypt’s Minya.

 

* Saudi Ambassador to Cairo denies rumors of Saudi national assaulted by Egyptian security forces at Cairo Airport.

 

* 3 Egyptian workers killed, 7 injured in explosion of gas cylinder in Libya.

 

 

 

Innfrad:

 

* Zewail City students explain Ahmed Zewail’s work on femtochemistry for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize.

 

* 70 people poisoned in Delta’s Sharqia; residents blame drinking water.

 

* One killed, 3 injured in microbus-truck crash in Cairo.

 

 

Parlmany:

 

* Will Mubarak be granted privileges of “Ex-president”?

 

* MP calls for replacing railway level crossings with pedestrian bridges.

 

* TV presenter condemns MP’s pro FGM remarks, call for his referral to investigations.

 

* Egypt’s debut participation in G-20 in China is political, economical achievement.

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